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dlpsh(1)										 dlpsh(1)

       dlpsh - command shell for executing DLP commands on a Palm handheld device

       dlpsh -p <port>

       dlpsh allows the user to connect to a Palm handheld device and execute arbitrary Data Link
       Protocol (DLP) commands. Once connected, the user may execute any of the built-in DLP com-
       mands.  (See  BUILT-IN COMMANDS).   The connection to the Pilot is kept alive by sending a
       PadTickle packet to the Pilot after a small period of non-activity. (7 seconds by default)

       There are many options available to dlpsh, including the following.

       user   Print the currently set User information

       ls     Used with -l and -r to provide long and ROM file lists

       df     display how much RAM and ROM is free on your device

       time, dtp
	      Desktop-to-Palm, set the time on the Palm from the desktop

       rm     Remove a file, delete it entirely from the Palm device

       quit, exit
	      Exit the DLP Protocol Shell

       While in dlpsh, you can always invoke 'help' or 'option --help' to get further information
       on that option.

       The program will connect to a target, and give the user a prompt for executing commands.

       dlpsh has no known bugs.

       Report bugs at http://bugs.pilot-link.org/

       dlpsh was written by Chris Stevens <stevens@rpi.edu> and Damien Neil <neild@rpi.edu>

Free Software Foundation	   Palm Computing Device Tools				 dlpsh(1)
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